The weather, all animals (with special emphasis on the peculiar attributes of pigs), joy and sorrow, the utility of facial features, and a world of other subjects are poetically worked over by the world's most distinguished pig-of-letters, Freddy-the Bard of Bean Farm. Whether he's happy or sad Freddy is ever the poet, and his verse-both heavy and light-has created an international fuss among the less gifted pigs and poets. And if Freddy's poetry seems a bit hammy in spots, well . . .
by Walter R. Brooks
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